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Giles & Brother Railroad Spike Cuff

Sometimes the search for attractive men’s jewelry becomes an epic quest. However, one designer I can always count on for excellent men’s jewelry is Philip Crangi. He won a CFDA for Accessory Design, and creates masterpieces that people are willing to pay thousands for.

I think the man is a genius, and I love that his pieces are inspired by family treasures you might find in the depths of some unknown cavern.

His items look raw, masculine, and quite frankly, I just want to wear all of them.

Here’s one of his more affordable pieces featured through his company Giles & Brother. It comes with the option for free custom stamping, so you can engrave your name, or a short saying which adds sentiment to your accessory.

I recently found out that they are giving away free railroad spike cuffs every week starting May 1st, and all you have to do for a chance to win is “like” their Facebook page!

 

 

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  • Öyvind

    Thank you for coming back. I always loved this blog.

  • Alex H.

    Awesome stuff. I hope this blog stays active…It has been a monumental resource for my style

  • Alex H.

    also guys Buyer beware this picture is of the skinny Women’s version. The men’s version is a little bit thicker but still sharp looking.

  • Marcus R

    I’d love to add so much of Crangi’s pieces to my wardrobe. Alex; how skinny is the woman’s version? As a guy with pretty skinny wrists I’d hate for it to be dwarf by a huge man-sized spike – FIT IS KING!

  • chris n

    Fantastic piece.

    Who is the model? Those are some sick tattoos!

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